Dr Helen Fitton, left, with colleagues in Marinova's laboratories.
An artist's impression of the complex
Tasman District School student Melanie Shoobridge who was due to travel to Europe as part of a 10-day study tour of the Western Front in France.
Tasman District School livestock handling team member Tobey Jackson with school farm program teacher Jackie Brown

Scathing report of GSB Council

GLAMORGAN-Spring Bay Council has been savaged in a top level report. As part of the Statement of Expectation project, two highly respected former local government identities have listed a litany […]

Sound advice from a grassroots politician

By Brad Stansfield Tasmania’s longest-serving Liberal Premier Robin Gray (a title he’s likely to keep for many years yet following Will Hodgman’s unexpected resignation) has released his political memoirs “Proud […]

Falls Festival fun

By Emma Hope About 12,000 people flocked to the spectacular Marion Bay site for the 16th annual Falls Music and Arts Festival. The three day event kicked off on December […]

Sunflower celebration

THE former Triabunna woodchip mill will play host to a Sunflower Celebration on Saturday January 25. Gardening guru Tino Carnevale will be a guest speaker on the day which will […]

Sit-down to stand up for climate change

MORE than 80 East Coast Tasmanians took part in a Climate Change Sitdown late last year. School students, farmers, nurses and business owners, gathered in the heart of Bicheno to […]

Garlic at heart of Koonya festival

GARLIC lovers rejoice, Koonya’s Garlic Festival is just over a month away. Foodies will be able to browse and sample a smorgasbord of garlic artisan products, seasonal produce and delicious […]

TasWater expands statewide network of lifesaving AED’s

TASWATER recently staged a series of safety seminars across the state, including on the Peninsula, to update staff on the importance of being safe at work. The message went further […]

Port Arthur in purple

LAVENDER harvesting was in full swing just prior to Christmas at the Port Arthur Lavender farm. The family owned business overlooking the water at Long Bay was established in 2014 […]

Okines assistance

LABOR Leader and local Lyons MP Rebecca White recently visited Okines Community House and donated $200 to help them get through the Christmas period and make sure they could continue […]

Church sale dashes community hopes

COMMUNITY hopes have been dashed with the sale of Dunalley’s St Martin’s Anglican Church. The sandstone church was sold to an interstate couple in December for $161,000 and the new […]